Udaipur is a beautiful lake city located in the southernmost part of Rajasthan. It is surrounded by the Aravali Range, and is set around a series of artificial lakes. City Palace – overlooking Lake Pichola; Jaisamand Lake, claimed to be the second largest man-made sweet water lake in Asia; Solar observatory in Lake Fateh Sagar, the only observatory in India located on an island are some of the unique attractions of the city. Udaipur also hosts Shilpgram Festival every year in December to celebrate the vibrant arts and crafts of the state. It is well connected with all the major cities of Rajasthan by motorable roads. Udaipur airport is just 24 km and the Udaipur railway station is 4 km. Shuttle service is available from both the airport and the railway station.
This 18th-century castle is located on a hilltop overlooking a beautiful lake hence providing a breathtaking valley view from all the sides. Near to the Udaipur city and yet away from the city hustle and bustle, it is an ideal retreat for the discerning travelers who want to enjoy a peaceful time amidst nature. Starting from the mesmerizing sunrise to the gorgeous sunset and then the night view of the city – the spectacular views throughout the day will enchant you. This truly is a place of opulence with the warmth of a home.
The house has two double bedrooms with a modern equipped attached bathroom. There is a small cottage as well for solo travelers ideal for long stay. There is a beautiful sprawling garden and a patio. If you love nature; peaceful, tranquil environment and want to recharge & rejuvenate, this is the place to be.
Location: 6.5 km from Udaipur Railway Station
Number of Rooms: 3; Total Capacity: 7
Maj Raghav belongs to the former Udaipur family with a lineage dating back over 1400 years. This is their ancestral home and he lives here with his wife and kids. Raghav is semi-retired, a wildlife enthusiast, and is very passionate about horses and polo, also having played with the Indian Polo team. Having served in the Indian army with honors in history, he has some very interesting stories to share from the bygone era. So, apart from enjoying nature and staying, if you want to have a wonderful conversation Maj Raghav is just one knock away. The warmth and affection of the family is incomparable.
Simple to exotic home-cooked Rajasthani and Mewari food is served for all three meals. Vegetables are organically produced, and the family has its own poultry and dairy farm as well. For breakfast, Continental, Indian and Rajasthani varieties are available. Do not miss trying lip-smacking authentic local dishes like Lal Maas, Khata, Kuchar Paneer, Makke ka soya, etc., in lunch and dinner.
Bird Watching • Reading • Star Gazing • Hiking • City Walk • Hiking • Shopping • Yoga and Meditation • Cycling • Fishing • Adventure Sports • Horse Riding • Jeep Safari • Boating (Seasonal) • Gala dinner evenings with bonfires, folk dance, and classical music recitals on request.
WiFi • Parking • Running Hot Water • Toiletries • Laundry • Air Condition • Television • Open Seating Areas • Library • Bonfire • Barbecue • Pet Friendly • Smoking Allowed • Massage Bar (Paid) • Pick and Drop Service (Paid)
Single Occupancy: 2500/-
Double Occupancy: 4000/-
Extra Person: 900/-
Includes: WiFi • Breakfast
Veg Meals: 400/- PP, Non-Veg Meals: 500/- PP
Upto 8year: Complimentary (no extra bed)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for discount.
Udaipur City Palace (5km) • Jaisamand wildlife Sanctuary • Jaisamand Lake • Fateh Sagar Lake (8.3km) • Gangaur Ghat (6km) • Ambrai Ghat (6km) • Shilpgram
Eklingji temple (29km) • Delwara (34km) • Raita Village (36km) • Nathdwara (54km) • Haldighati (61km) • Kumbhalgarh Fort (92km) • Chittoregarh (128km)
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